Reviews: What Did Critics Have to Say About Off-Broadway's The Nosebleed? | Playbill

The Verdict Reviews: What Did Critics Have to Say About Off-Broadway's The Nosebleed?

The autobiographical piece explores playwright and star Aya Ogawa's relationship with their late father.

Aya Ogawa's The Nosebleed is officially open Off-Broadway, and the reviews are in. The production celebrated opening night at Lincoln Center Theater/LCT3's Claire Tow Theater August 1 after beginning performances July 16. The production is set to continue through August 28. Watch highlights from the production above.

Ogawa, a Tokyo-born playwright whose work focuses on women and non-binary perspectives, both directs and stars in the work alongside Drae Campbell, Ashil Lee, Chris Manley, Saori Tsukada, and Kaili Y. Turner.

Read the reviews here.

New York Stage Review (David Finkle)

The New York Sun (Elysa Gardner)

New York Theatre Guide (Joe Dziemianowicz)

The New York Times (Naveen Kumar)

Playbill will continue to update this list as reviews come in.

The autobiographical work explores the troubled relationship between Ogawa and their late father through a series of vignettes.

Ogawa's creative team includes scenic and costume designer Jian Jung, lighting designer Jeanette Oi-Suk Yew, and sound designer Megumi Katayama. Leah V. Pye is stage manager.

See Production Photos of Aya Ogawa's The Nosebleed


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